Throughout February, Black History Month is celebrated at the University of North Texas at Dallas by the University’s departments, student organizations and offices with a wide range of events and programs.

The events developed by the Black History Planning Committee of the Student Affairs Office include:

Feb. 3 Kitchen Table at 10am in Founders Hall, Room 138
 

Feb. 5 Poetry Night, Featuring K-Love & Ed Mavery, at 6pm in Founders Hall 138
 

Feb. 7 Mobile Museum, all day in Founders Hall 138
 

Feb. 8 A Hidden Gem: MLK Film at 4pm in DAL 1, Room 102
 

Feb. 12 Hip-Hop Book Club at 6pm in Founders Hall, Room 138
 

Feb. 13 The Movement (Civil Rights Play) at 6pm in Founders Hall 138
 

Feb. 14 Black Girls Talk at 12pm in Founders Hall 138
 

Feb. 14 Black History Game Show at 6pm in Founders Hall 138
 

Feb. 15 African Dance (Interactive Drum) at 1pm in DAL 1, Room 102
 

Feb. 22 Dr. Todd Moye, Tuskegee Airman Oral History Project at 1pm in Founders Hall 101
 

Feb. 23 Black Panther Movie Screening at 12:30pm at Cinemark 14
 

Feb. 28 Dr. Steve Perry at 1pm in Founders Hall 138

If you have any questions about these programs or need accommodations, please contact Marcus Roberson at marcus@untdallas.edu More information and events will be added as they are announced. Several student organizations are also holding events in recognition of Black History Month. Check campus events for more information.

 

-UNTDNews-